Tag: 7-eleven

Driver Arrested for Allegedly Intentionally Crashing Car into Arcadia 7-Eleven

ARCADIA, Calif.—A Monrovia man was behind bars Nov. 25 on suspicion of causing a disturbance inside an Arcadia 7-Eleven store, then intentionally plowing his car into the convenience mart. The crash occurred at 6:55 a.m. Nov. 24 at the store in the 1000 block of South Baldwin Avenue, according to Arcadia police. Officers learned the…


Robbery Suspects At Large After Westchester Shooting

WESTCHESTER, Calif.—Four robbery suspects are at large Nov. 18 after a shooting at a 7-Eleven in Westchester. Officers from the Pacific Division of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) responded at 3 a.m. to the 54000 block of West Centinela Avenue where the four suspects entered the store and began allegedly stealing merchandise, LAPD Officer…


7-eleven Raises Price of $1 Coffee and Slurpees First Time in 13 Years as Inflation Bites

Australians are about to pay more for their favourite 7-Elevens coffee and slurpees for the first time in more than a decade amid spiralling inflation. The multinational retail company, which has over 700 convenience stores across Australia, announced on Monday that from Oct. 4, the price of a regular cup of coffee would jump from…


Convenience Store Chain 7-Eleven Lays Off About 880 US Employees

Convenience store chain 7-Eleven slashed about 880 corporate jobs in the United States, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, as it finalizes its organization structure. The retail chain, owned by Japanese retailer Seven & i Holdings Co., cut jobs at its support centers and field support operations in Irving, Texas and Enon, Ohio, the spokesperson…


7-Eleven Crime Spree Suspect Faces Capital Murder Charges

SANTA ANA, Calif.—A 20-year-old man accused of carrying out a deadly crime spree at 7-Eleven stores across the Southland is expected to be arraigned next month on three counts of murder, along with attempted murder and other felonies. The two suspects, Malik Patt and Jason Payne, made their first court appearance July 19, but their arraignment was…


Orange County Creates $150,000 7-Eleven Shooting Victims Relief Fund

Orange County will provide up to $150,000 to aid some victims of a series of shooting at half a dozen 7-Eleven stores across Southern California on July 11—affecting three cities in the county—leaving three dead and three injured. The county Board of Supervisors unanimously voted on July 19 to use money from the discretionary budgets…


Murder Charges Announced 7-Eleven Shooting Suspect

SANTA ANA, Calif.—Prosecutors plan to charge a Los Angeles man in connection with three murders across Southern California as part of a deadly crime spree at a half-dozen 7-Elevens and a doughnut shop. Law enforcement accused Malik Patt, 20, of Los Angeles, of the July 11 deaths of a 7-Eleven clerk in Brea and a…


Murder Charges Announced for 7-Eleven Shooting Suspect

SANTA ANA, Calif.—Prosecutors plan to charge a Los Angeles man in connection with three murders across Southern California as part of a deadly crime spree at a half-dozen 7-Elevens and a doughnut shop. Law enforcement accused Malik Patt, 20, of Los Angeles, of the July 11 deaths of a 7-Eleven clerk in Brea and a…


7-Eleven Offers $100,000 Reward for Info Leading to Shooter

BREA, Calif.—With a manhunt continuing for the assailant who robbed a series of Southern California 7-Eleven stores, killing two people and injuring at least three others in the process, the convenience store chain offered a $100,000 reward July 13 for information leading to the gunman. The company “is offering a $100,000 reward for information that…


7-Eleven Shooter Ended a Life That Had Just Turned Around

LOS ANGELES—After years of addiction, Matthew Hirsch was sober. He landed a stable job working overnight shifts at a 7-Eleven in Southern California, lived with his girlfriend in a nearby apartment, and spoke to his father every day. Around 4:15 a.m. Monday, a masked shooter gunned down the 40-year-old clerk inside the convenience store. Authorities…